When you’ve made the decision to invest in a new tennis court, it’s vital that you get the tennis court design and construction process spot on.
Sounds obvious, right? However, you’d be surprised by how many sports clubs, schools and homeowners make such a considerable investment, without carrying out the correct checks and following the correct processes first. And it’s not just the size of the investment that makes this so important to consider, either.
When getting your tennis court design and construction underway, you need to be sure that it will be done with all safety considerations properly assessed and put into place, that the area will have been properly checked to ensure the suitability for a tennis court to be situated there and that all tennis court surface options have been explored.
Find the right tennis court specialist for your needs
Finding the right tennis court design and construction specialists means peace of mind that not only was your investment a good one, but that you’ll be getting the very best out of that investment for many years to come.
For approximately four decades, the experts at CJ Sports have been designing and constructing world class tennis courts throughout Leicestershire and across the UK. Hundreds of customers have benefited from the time we take to go through their tennis court designs to ensure they will be completely fit for purpose, before we turn them into reality.
If you need a tennis court specialist capable of delivering a tennis court which has been designed and constructed to the highest standards, contact CJ Sports today on 0116 269 3562 or use our quick online contact form.
What sort of tennis court surface might you need?
There are several types of tennis court surfaces to choose from when looking into tennis court design and construction. These different types of tennis court surfaces can include traditional grass courts, synthetic grass, rubber tennis surfaces, clay courts or hard courts. Choosing the right tennis court surface for your needs depends on the following factors:
- How often will it be used?
- What speed of play are you looking for?
- Are you looking for a low maintenance tennis court?
- Will the court be played on all year round?
- Should it have maximum slip resistance?
- What levels of tennis ability will use the court?
Your tennis court design and construction specialist should be able to talk through these with you, in order to help you decide on exactly the right type of tennis court surface for your requirements and circumstances.
They should also carry out a full site analysis to check that the area will facilitate the construction of a tennis court, or if not, what is required to make it a suitable site. Considerations could include how level the ground is, or whether it’s overhung with trees and undergrowth – this can only be done through a thorough review of the site.
You can get the ball rolling by booking a free site visit and quote from one of our tennis court experts today, just give us a call, or fill out our online contact form.
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When tennis court design and construction is on the cards, start your planning in the best possible way. Get in touch with our team at CJ Sports for your free quote from a tennis court construction specialist.
Our aim is to be completely clear on what’s involved in your tennis court design and construction, at every step of the way, so drop us a line for more details – we look forward to hearing from you.